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UFC heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez takes the time to snap a pic with one of his many fans. Cain will be taking on Bigfoot Silva in a rematch at UFC 160 and if you ask me it will go similar to the first fight. Cain dismantled the giant Brazilian at UFC 146, but regardless of the previous fight Silva is coming off a big win over Alistair Overeem and Velasquez wants to stay active so the rematch was made. More looking forward to Junior Dos Santos vs Mark Hunt to see who will be the next challenger to the heavyweight crown.
Dana White confirms JDS to get next title shot if beats Hunt
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This fight is not as intriguing as most title match ups simply because Cain destroyed Bigfoot in their last match up that was only eleven months ago. Still Bigfoot proved to be the number one contender by beating Travis Browne and Alistair Overeem and the UFC did not want to have their heavyweight champion sit on the shelf for to long. I am probably more excited to see JDS vs...
Cain Velasquez’s heavyweight championship reign: Take Two. After having his first run abruptly stopped by Junior dos Santos, Velasquez looks to make the first successful title defense of his career against a familiar foe.
Despite trouncing Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva just last May, the 265-pounders meet again exactly 364 days later. Silva has posted a pair of (T)KO victories...
Now that UFC 159 is officially in its rear-view mirror, the Octagon has turned its attention towards its next pay-per-view broadcast. “UFC 160: Velasquez vs. Bigfoot II” goes down May 25 inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A heavyweight rematch between champion Cain Velasquez (pictured) and Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva headlines the gig. Velasquez quickly disposed...
Dana White confirmed after UFC 159 that with a win over Mark Hunt at UFC 160 Junior Dos Santos will fight Cain Velasquez for the third time. Both fighters are clearly the two best in the division and in my opinion will fight five times in their career. In their first match JDS knocked out Velasquez in just over a minute of the first round in the UFC’s debut on FOX. However...
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